The Lived Places Publishing 2024 Library Collection

The Lived Places Publishing 2024 Library Collection is now available for purchase – 25 titles to add to your institution's collection. See below for links to current collection pricing and a downloadable version (.xls) of the complete title list.

Singing the Landscapes of Queer Self
Gender, Religion, and Community in the Northeastern United States
Author(s): Jessye DeSilva
ISBN 9781916704039
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A Neurodiverse Journey in Social Entrepreneurship
Embracing the Spectrum
Author(s): Mathew Townsend
ISBN 9781916985261
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A Neurodivergent Blogger
Posts Highlighting Lived Experience of Self-Determination, Pride, and Empowerment
Author(s): Yenn Purkis
Collection: A Disability Studies
ISBN 9781916985384
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Punk Rock Women Alive and Well in South Philly
Friends Are the Family You Choose
Author(s): Anne Cecil
ISBN 9781916985032
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Re-imagining Potential
Mature Female Students Attending a College-based Higher Education Establishment in the UK
Author(s): Jacqueline Dodding
Collection: Education Studies
ISBN 9781916704954
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On Being Neurodivergent and Mentoring Autistic Students in Higher Education
Breaking Down the Barriers of Exclusion
Author(s): Jorik Mol
ISBN 9781916704619
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Harm to Healing
A Pathway to Abolition
Author(s): Felicia Carbajal
Collection: Carceral Studies
ISBN 9781916704589
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Getting out of South Carolina’s Juvenile Justice System
Education for Young Incarcerated Offenders
Author(s): Kimberly Nolan
ISBN 9781916704459
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Mental Health and the Penal State
Deinstitutionalization and the Criminalization of the Mentally Ill
Author(s): Ian Cummins
ISBN 9781916704343
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Untapped Talent
A Practical Guide for Hiring and Retaining Neurodivergent Staff
Author(s): Aron Mercer
Collection: Disability Studies
ISBN 9781916704251
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Infants, Children, and Youth
Multi-sited Stories of Adversity from South Asia to Australia
ISBN 9781916704060
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Romania, Romanians, and Tsinghua University
Eastern Europe in China
Author(s): Radu Sava
Collection: Asian Studies
ISBN 9781916704237
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Making Masculinities, Fashioning Femininities
Gender, Performance, and Lived Experience in Java, Indonesia
Author(s): Christina Sunardi
ISBN 9781916704190
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Trans(formations) and Tenderness
Rhetorics and Resources to Support Transgender Youth in the US
ISBN 9781915734747
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Queerness in a Canadian Context
Accounting for the Self, Locating the Body
Author(s): Kael Reid
ISBN 9781915734808
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Latinidad, Identity Formation, and the Mass Media Landscape
Constructing Pocho Villa
Author(s): Gabriel A. Cruz
Collection: Latinx Studies
ISBN 9781915734785
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The Resilient Teacher
Creating Positive Change through Inclusive Classrooms
Collection: The Education Studies
ISBN 9781915734440
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The Cost of Safety
Central American Young People's Notions of Home
Author(s): Mirna Carranza
Collection: The Latinx Studies
ISBN 9781915734112
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Czechoslovakia's Cold War Refugee Children
A Lifecourse Perspective
Author(s): Miriam Potocky
ISBN 9781915734709
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Aging In and Out of Place
Lived Experiences of Forced Migration Across the Life Course
ISBN 9781915734600
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The Reparations Project
A Story of Friendship and Repair Work by Linked Descendants of Enslavement
Collection: The Black Studies
ISBN 9781916704084
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Download Complete 2024 Title List (.xls)

In addition to these titles, we have 90+ more books in development and 20+ institutions have purchased our entire library collection so far, including Georgetown University, Princeton University, University of Toronto, and Cambridge University.

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  • Whole ebook interlibrary loan to one partner institution at a time
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  • 5% of all sales set aside to fund open access publishing based on our average production cost (published publicly on our website, updated every 6 months)

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